Primorskii

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Primorskii

 

an urban-type settlement in Crimean Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, under the jurisdiction of the Feodosiia city soviet. Located 14 km northeast of Feodosiia. Population, 7,400 (1974). Most of the inhabitants of Primorskii work in Feodosiia.


Primorskii

 

an urban-type settlement in Khasan Raion, Primor’e Krai, RSFSR. Located 2 km from Amur Bay of the Sea of Japan. Railroad station. Primorskii has railroad workshops and a hardware factory.

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The same problems of demographic decline, low investment, corruption, and neglect from Moscow persist and continue to dog development in Primorskii Krai and elsewhere in the Russian Far East.
More than five billion pounds of largely unprocessed wood from Russia's Primorskii Krai region, in the southeastern part of the country, enter China each year.
Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs also reported that both sides reached agreement on reinvigorating bilateral cooperation in energy, specifically the possibility of creating an LNG and gas chemical plant in Russia's Maritime Province (also known as Primorskii Krai) as well as the development of coal fields in Yakutia and Tuva.
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